Chicken Pakora seems to be the current hot starter at home, with us having made this about four or five times in the last couple of months. Even in the recent dinner party, this ended up being the most attractive dish as the guests didn’t realize it was chicken pakora, but rather just the plain onion pakoras. They were really taken in by surprise and made sure they noted down the recipe.
They were also pretty amused seeing me clicking away the pictures, than trying to take the group pictures. The pictures on this post spans over two parties, one with Ceylon Parotta and chicken Gravy. And the other a lunch party where we ended up making the usual Chicken Kura, Dal, Medu Vada and Chicken Pakora. I have always been so fixed on thali pictures and end up always trying to assemble them together. This is just a small attempt.
The school is going to close soon for the vacation and we are gearing up with things we ought to do to keep the kids occupied. This weekend we had gone for a school excursion to a theme park and it was fun and tiring at the same time. Without much thought I somehow didn’t realize that it might be tough for me to manage all three of them. The moment we landed there, I knew it and somehow the entire day just looked so far off. We managed to have fun, though it was so hot. Boys wanted to play different games than Konda and I found myself going crazy. Somehow we passed. Ended the day with water games, and the kids had a field day.
Step by Step picture Recipe for making Chicken Pakora
Marinate for at least 30 mins – 1 hr max